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Trauma Informed Healing through Arts Activities
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 Export to Your Calendar 11/5/2020
When: 11/05/2020
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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Baltimore, Maryland 
United States


Online registration is available until: 11/3/2020
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Participants will create a working definition of trauma and be introduced to artistic processes and practices that support students and lead to higher, academic success, creativity and social development. A powerful way for making meaning and fostering communication, the arts can have a profound impact.

 

Participants will learn behaviors and signs of a student who may have been impacted by trauma and how to support those students using the arts as effective strengthening tools.

 

Registration details: 

  • Please plan to register by November 3rd
  • A zoom meeting link will be sent the morning of the program
  • You will register (see blue button above) using your AIMS credentials (username and password)
  • If you do not have an AIMS account, please go to the homepage, click on "haven't registered yet?" in the sign in box on right side of page and create an account
  • if you already have an AIMS account but need assistance with registration, please email contactus@aimsmddc.org

 

Event costs:                      


AIMS Members: $25


NON AIMS Members: $50

 

Please note that NO REFUNDS will be issued for cancellations for this class after October 26th.

 

Presenter: 

 

Dana Carr is the Executive Director for Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center, an organization that is committed to developing positive social development, academic success and creativity in the minds of youth today. LTYC’s mission is to teach youth the fundamentals of leadership and encourage them to use their gifts and strengths to promote success and balance in their lives.
As a leader of a thriving and growing non-profit arts organization, Dana has maintained a demonstrated record of achievement in the arts and education space for program development, professional development for teachers, and overall management and operational support for educational programs.

Throughout her career, Dana has achieved recognition as being a thoughtful arts leader who cares deeply about high student engagement and providing teachers with tangible and interpersonal tools in order to be effective and transforming. She possesses experience in teacher training, curriculum development, lesson planning and program and instructional design.

Recognized as a leader in arts education, Dana has also participated in several committees driving decisions regarding arts education on the local, state and national stage.

 

 

 

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